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Great little place on the River!

We did a Friday-Monday extended weekend here. Great place, friendly staff, dog park and a short walk to the beach / cove area. We weren’t too fond of the 120° we experienced on our stay, but the cool water kept us all comfortable. We stayed in spot 12 and had no complaints it suited us perfectly!

Hot and isolated

Alamo state park wasn’t all that bad. Due to the virus and our sons upcoming surgery plus several parks and lake being closed this was the only option. The wild burros are a very neat site and great to watch! The lake unfortunately was experiencing a blue green algae bloom 🤢 Park rangers advised to NOT let pets or small children in the water. And fishing was also a bust due to water conditions. Our trip was the end of May so we did experience 110° during our weekend stay. We used the Choilla camp ground (C12) nice pull through spot with water & 30amp and was big enough to accommodate a second vehicle with our Jetskis.

Over all we were happy with our stay and would recommend / plan to visit again in fall or spring when the temps are cooler

Great place to get away

We love camping here. Well maintained and bit of a drive off the main highway but that is good in my book because of less people. There is dispersed camping somewhat near here for all the peeps that use ATV's on the abundance of trails. There are slot canyons to those that are adventurous. Wild burros make their presence known at night as well. The Alamo dam was built in 1968 by the Army Corps of Engineers. This created the present man made lake. There is actually a ghost down at the bottom of the lake. Before it’s construction, along the Bill Williams river, the town of Alamo Crossing was there. The town was established in the 1890s, abandoned in 1918 and sat in ruin for 50 years. So to this day one could scuba dive down to the bottom of the lake, which has a max depth of 80ft, and explore a flooded town on the bottom.

Great wide open

Dispersed camping sites outside of Quartzite. Accessible to all campers. Dry camping. No amenities. Pack in pack out! Make sure you have water. It gets HOT. All kinds of little stores and shops all through Quartzite. Make sure to check Blm maps. Changes from Blm land to military/government.

Nice little surprise in the middle of nowhere Arizona

Cute little RV park in the middle of nowhere, Arizona. We stopped for a quick overnight while transiting back to Nevada. Definitely resupply before arrival. There's not much around and the fuel station across the road has long since closed. 

Super friendly staff and nice facilities. The grounds are extremely well-kept. Sparkling clean bathrooms and generous common areas. Wide lanes and easy access for large rigs. The sites are level and a fairly standard spacing for an RV park. We were fortunate in not having neighbors so it felt like we had more space for our short visit. There are no tables or grills at the individual sites which I generally like to see at this price point. The road noise was tolerable. 

We got a good laugh at seeing a cell tower across the street and thinking we'd have a strong signal. Nope. Just the slightest, unusable trickle on Verizon and AT&T anyway. I had a meeting to call into so upon checkin they suggested the best place to get a strong connection on their wifi was to be in the main building. I still struggled immensely to connect to begin with and then stay connected even in that scenario which was frustrating, obviously. We didn't have a booster then so I'm not sure if it would have been manageable to continue working with one. 

They have a nice little dog park and our boy was happy to finally stretch his big legs off-leash. I like that they offer a tent camping area as well which many RV parks don't. That's a big bonus in a remote area with few options since I camp in all the varieties of ways-- RV, auto, and motorcycle. It's nice to know this place is here for any of my adventures.

Lake Havasu

Nice well kept state park campground. Bathrooms, showers. Water and power. No sewer at camp sites, but does have a sewer dump station. Has a cactus garden with small amphitheatre area.
Great beachy area with shade structure

Great Park

I love this park because it is small and less crowded than most.  If you have a boat there is plenty of room for you to ski or whatever you want without being in the main part of the lake.  The spots have enough space, some do not have trees, most are big enough to support a nice sized rig.  The only downside is if you have a dog, they are only allowed on a small part of the beach right by the boat launch.  They are not allowed at the regular beach even on a leash.  They keep the park and the restrooms up and do patrol quite a bit.

Free Dog Wash

We stayed at the Scenic Road RV Park after the desert began to warm up and we needed AC. No frills park. The showers are decent as is the laundry room. Sites are level. They offered us the use of their dog wash room which was a nice bonus. Noise from 95 was a bit too much for us. Good overnight stop or If you’re coming in to town for the Quartzsite RV show.

Economical overnight stay

Nothing great but for the price it good.

Good for overnight.

Full hookup. Gravel road and spaces. They are trying to spruce up the place. Planting shrubs. This was a stop over on our way to Deadhorse Ranch. Quiet park. Reasonable prices. WiFi not good, Verizon has good signal. Had a pool, but we didn't use it.